Qualcomm does ARM server deal with Chinese
Published in Processors


Working with the government to build ARM server chips


Qualcomm is setting up a server chipset design and sales unit with a provincial government in China.

The next generation 4-inch iPhone C on video
Published in Mobiles


Full metal jacket 


While most Apple iPhone rumours are ten a penny, our sources are confident that the next generation 4-inch iPhone lets call it iPhone 6C (7C) is getting an Intel 4G / LTE modem.

Future Intel PCs will have no wires
Published in Processors


Intel's VP of business PCs  talks about cutting the strings

Tom Garrison does not think that wires have a future in corporate networks.  As vice president of the Client Computing Group and general manager of the Business Client Platforms Division at Intel Corporation, he is in a position to do something about it.

Intel works with Chinese on servers
Published in Processors


Tackling fears of spy technology

Chipzilla is joining an increasing number of western companies who are forming partnerships with Chinese outfits to help address concerns about the security of imported technology.

Intel's 10nm set for 2017
Published in Processors


Tick-tock abandoned according to leak

Intel is reportedly going to release its first 10nm processor family in 2017, expected to be the first of three generations of processors that will be fabbed on the 10nm process.

MSI updates its Gaming 24 All-in-One system
Published in News


Adds two new Skylake CPUs and new GPUs

MSI has updated its Gaming 24 All-in-One system adding two new Skylake CPUs as well as new Nvidia GPUs.

Huawei getting into the PC business
Published in Notebooks


Just as everyone else is getting out

Huawei is making an interesting move by getting into the PC business just as everyone else has had enough.

Snapdragon 617 SoC gets Continuum
Published in Processors


Great for Corporation phones

Microsoft’s Continuum feature now supports the mid-range Snapdragon 617 SoC which will make a range of mid-range phones more corporate friendly.

Intel releases security on a chip features
Published in Processors


Stop tricky emails

Intel has announced a chip technology that the company said was designed to foil hackers who use fake emails to trick employees into revealing their usernames and passwords.

Zen not arriving until the end of the Year
Published in Processors


And only at the high end

While AMD fanboys expect Zen to arrive and cause Intel to immediately surrender its stonking market lead, it seems that it will not be saving the company’s bacon until next year.